Grand Daddy Hotel, overlooking Cape Town's Table Mountain and the city below. Each of the seven trailers has been customized and themed with "Capetonian soul," and features air-conditioning, insulation, hot and cold water, flushing toilets and showers. They are arranged around a beautifully manicured rooftop. Here are four of the seven "themed" trailers available for your stay:
Afro-Funk by Carla Soudien: The trailer's earthy colours set the tone for an African experience – minus the wildlife. Soudien was inspired by the street fashion of Cape Town and this is represented in her careful attention to texture.
Love of Lace by Tracy Lynch: Tracy’s signature color pink is the key inspiration for a feminine appeal and an intriguing seclusion that says boudoir not bordello. Lynch is inviting iconic South African women to select heart-stoppingly beautiful lingerie which will be decoratively framed for added effect.
Dorothy by Sarah Pratt: Sarah Pratt, a fine artist as well as a lecturer at Michaelis is responsible for the trendy Dorothy airstream. Pratt reinvents the airstream with a Duck-egg-blue foundation color and then covers every inch with white polka dots.
The Ballad of John & Yoko by Tamsin Relly, Cara Rosa and Chloe Townsend: John and Yoko by fine artist Tamsin Relly, Cara Rosa a textile designer along with Chloe Townsend. Townsend also has her own leather accessories label, Missibaba.